There are sooo many different solar lights available. You can get strings of lanterns for interest and some that you can stake into the ground to delineate paths to/from the home for food/bathroom trips. I would also have something for mosquito control like citronella lanterns. Have a GREAT party.
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2. Does the strength of solar lights decrease with distance? How far lights can be from panel without power loss?
huh, I can not quite understand your question. What are solar lights? solar panels are designed to be illuminated by the sun. But any lights shining on a solar panel will produce some output, and that output depends on the brightness of the light. The brightness of the light depends on many factors, one of which is how well it is focused on the panel. With good reflectors, mirrors, lenses, etc, you can move the lights away and still maintain most of the light on the panels. In theory you can keep moving them away as long as your reflector gets better focused. In practice, I doubt you can move much more that 10 ft away with ordinary reflectors. Wires? do you mean the wires to the lamps? with heavy enough wire, you can move them as far away as you want - that will not be the limiting factor. Size needed depends on the wattage rating on the lights, and the distance. Look up any of numerous wire calculation web sites, or use wire tables. The reference has one. Most wire can easily withstand 45 C. It's easy to get wire that will handle 65 C or higher. Just look at the temperature rating on the wire. PTFE (teflon) insulated wire, for example, is rated to 200 C. Sample wire calculation. If the 3 lamps are 100 watts each, at 120 VAC, then the current is 300/120 = 2.5 amps. If you want a max of 5 volts drop, 2.5 for each wire, that is a resistance of 2.5/2.5 = 1 ohm. Using the wire tables, for 50 ft, #22 wire is 16 ohms per 1000ft, or 0.8 ohms for 50 ft. #22 is a small wire! Another sample, 1500 watts total, just scale the above by 5, need 0.2 ohms. #14 is 2.5 ohms/1000 ft or 0.125 ohms. #14 is what is used in much house wiring. I hope you do not think you can get more power out of this than you put in. It depends on the type of light, but at best you will get 20% from the light and 20% from the array. so if you can get all the light from the lamps to shine on the arrays, you will get 0.2*0.2 or 0.04 or 4% out. Put in 1000 watts, get out 40 watts at best. .
3. anyvone know about outdoor solar lights?
The solar lights are great. They have controller inside it. And the turnning on is controlled by the outdoor lights. It can feel the dark and starts lighting. Himin solar has the top quality of solar lights
4. Do solar lights for the outside home really work and do they last?
If you want lots of light, forget solar, unless you want to install solar panels on your roof, and batteries, charge controllers and all that. Those little single lights you just poke into the ground are just token efforts.
5. ok, let me make it clearer, what light can you use to charge solar lights? Besides the sun.?
The key thing is blast as many watts at the solar cells as you can. The colour you want varies with the type of solar cell, with maximum sensitivity ranging from infrared to ultraviolet. Many solar cells are most sensitive to blue light. Would it not be easier to hotwire the lights for an external charger? I know it's not what you asked, but it's what I would do.